At a safe distance from the Pacific coast of Mexico Hurricane Celia blew her self into a category one hurricane with maximum winds of 75mph. The beaches from Mazanillo to Acapulco are seeing white caps and higher surf than usual as the hurricane threatens to strengthen even further in the days to come. A Westerly trajectory for the next three days will continue well off shore with its impact mainly on marine interests in the Pacific waters. Check out the Hurricane track below as the hurricane is forecast to become a strong category 3 cyclone by Tuesday.
Atlantic tropical weather activity is limited to a couple of tropical waves in the Eastern Caribbean and near Cuba. They have a very low probability of developing into a tropical cyclone or depression this week due to a very hostile upper air environment.